Official Rangers partner reacts instantly to immediate Michael Beale change as manager
Michael Beale has already made changes to what will be happening at Rangers and official club partner Heart and Hand podcast are big fans.
Beale was appointed as the new manager at Ibrox on a three-and-a-half year deal, joining from Queens Park Rangers just over a year after leaving the club as Steven Gerrard’s assistant to go to Aston Villa.
But as manager during his official unveiling press conference with the club (1 December), Beale revealed one change that he is already going to implementing with the club.
“Looking forward to wearing my suit in the dugout,” he said. “The players will also go back to wearing suits for home matches. This is a traditional club and I am very proud to be back here.”
That led to a response from official club partner Heart & Hand podcast on their official Twitter account, and they admitted they were happy about the change.
“Little thing… but I like it a lot,” they wrote.
It’s the little things that matter sometimes, and this is one of those changes that will make a big difference with the standards at the club and in the changing room.
Rangers are a massive football club, and by setting the bar high initially it means that if they ever do fall they’re still above everyone else.
Wearing a suit won’t matter much on the pitch, obviously, but it’s about holding each other accountable everywhere and that makes doing your job on the pitch easier when it comes to carrying out the manager’s instructions.
Beale wants to play attacking, possession-based football which is exactly what fans want to see and hear, so fingers crossed he can hit the ground running on the pitch in a similar way to how he has hit the right notes off the pitch with his words so far.
This is a huge opportunity for him, and if he can take it then number 56 won’t be too far behind.
In other Rangers news, Ally McCoist hits back at Simon Jordan in defence of Beale